Day Four

Today was the first day driving the kids to school in the morning. As we were leaving I remember seeing the light to my room still illuminated yet when I returned and walked into my room the light was off. Maybe we have ghosts, further research required. If they are over 18 do I need… Read More

Update

12:44 am: Someone in my building will not quit making noise. They are being loud. Do I complain to the complex manager? Will they even do anything? Will they fix my towel holder? Has my neighbor figured out how to clone the now extinct white rhino? I have to be up at 6am why won’t… Read More

Day Three

I took the trash to the dumpster, it’s a long walk, it was dark and I hit the side of the dumpster by accident. I nearly crapped myself. I also keep almost falling every time I get outta the shower because of the height difference. I will hopefully adjust eventually…  

Day Two

I stepped out on the balcony to vape the lady across from me was also vaping. Instead of relaxing I spent the whole time hoping that she wouldn’t say anything to me. She didn’t. I took Nova out to make. We walked around the whole building and discovered the people on the first floor don’t… Read More

Depleted Moments

Battery Low We have become a society that is crazily dependent on our cell phones for everything. They have become a crutch and have forced us to miss so many moments in life that once you step back and think about it it’s actually astonishing. I don’t know how many times a week I have… Read More

10 Followers

A few weeks ago I decided to put excuses aside and start blogging. I just assumed I would be making a digital journal. I did not expect to see the following and love that I have received! Maybe ten followers isn’t as big of a deal to some as it is to me, but the… Read More

“I am Become Death”

At precisely 5:30 a.m. on Monday, July 16, 1945, the skies above Jornada del Muerto, 210 miles south of Los Alamo’s, New Mexico lite up in a big flash of light! The site of the Trinity Test had people in a state of mixed emotions, a moment cemented in history, as signaling the end of WWII… Read More

Life: Go Disrupt Yourself

A lot happens in life that can disrupt daily routines. As I sit out on the balcony of my apartment, a place I have only lived in for 21 days, I see a lot going on. I see kids playing between the buildings, people coming and going, and sounds of ambulances (I live close to… Read More

Froth: Love Incarnate.

We are like the sea and the land, the beach and the water colliding. Agitating one another, with a passionate friction, the ebb and tide creating a luminescent glow that only we knew about. We belong by each other but not with each other. You are meant for things I could never imagine and I,… Read More